Motorists’ diversion programs defended by Kandiyohi County sheriff
WILLMAR –– Kandiyohi County Sheriff Dan Hartog asked legislators Tuesday to do what they can to preserve driver diversion programs that the state auditor claims are illegal.
Hartog said Kandiyohi County's “Driver Awareness Diversion” class provides valuable education to people who commit minor traffic violations and the revenue that’s generated is used to fund valuable programs, including “Project Lifesaver.”
A state auditor’s report said the programs are illegal.
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